Don't expect haute cuisine, here you are in a tapas bar with a limited drinks list and a food menu to cater for all. We had Cuttlefish, battered and fried in a light manner, it was really delicious. Next was marinated dogfish. Reminded me of the marinade we used to have at Muir's in Hobart. Light spicy and the fish was so moist there was no evidence of overcooking. Finally skewer's of chicken and lamb, both spiced nicely and served on some 'average' potato chips. The meat was tender and tasty. The wine list--- well there isn't one, but the red was cheap and cheerful and we were well fed and watered for just over 20 euro.
Highlight. if you sit outside, you can watch the cars negotiate the narrow bends to go from this secondary artery to the main 'drag'. Can they swing left in one turn. About 1 in 8 seems to be able to do it.
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